Around one million children in the UK have an undiagnosed vision problem. Don’t let your child be one of them
If a child has a problem with their sight which isn’t addressed by age seven or eight, they could suffer from reduced vision for the rest of their life.
That’s why we recommend that your child has their eyes tested at three years of age, then once every year after that. This will allow us to be proactive should any sight problems arise, and to get your child into the healthy habit of visiting your local opticians regularly.
Early detection means early prevention, so watch out for these signs of poor sight in your child: